Business

Business

Medini Business, the core for financial advancement and innovation for the region, acts as a catalyst for commercial growth and will greatly influence the attraction of investors to the sector.




HuaweiTechnologies Co Ltd, a leading global ICT solutions provider, has located its Asia Pacific Digital Cloud Exchange in Medini 6 since 2015. The exchange will provide its services to telcos in Malaysia and in the Asia Pacific region. Huawei Technologies intends to establish Malaysia as a regional business gateway by providing opportunities for additional symbiotic support businesses and services to enhance the economic growth of the hub.

Frost & Sullivan, a global leader in growth consulting, established their Global Innovation Center of Excellence in Medini in 2012 to create new knowledge-based activities and develop specialized skills for global projects. The company provides pioneering innovative growth solutions to many of the world’s leading global 1000 companies.

TM plans to develop a 21 storey office building in Medini 9 to be completed in 2018. TM will provide ICT solutions to fulfill the smart and sustainable aspirations of Medini Iskandar. The company will deliver a full array of township and facilities management services smart development in the region.

Pinewood Iskandar Malaysia Studios, a world class film and television studio facility located in a 20 hectare site, began operations in 2014. Pinewood Studios UK has produced iconic movies such as James Bond, Aliens, Harry Potter and the Bourne Ultimatum. The series Marco Polo was filmed in Pinewood Iskandar Malaysia Studios in 2015.

Goldbury launched its global information technology automotive hub in Medini 6 in 2014 to support automotive industry players in both local and international markets.

Samsung C&T Corporation was founded in 1938 as the parent company of Samsung Group. It merged with Samsung Construction in December 1995, and has since been engaged in various global businesses through offices in over 50 countries. It has signed a deal to construct a commercial complex in Medini Iskandar Malaysia which estimated at $160 million